LCU to host entrepreneur and author Rory Vaden

LCU to host entrepreneur and author Rory Vaden

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

On Thursday, April 19, Rory Vaden, bestselling author and a featured faculty speaker at the internationally recognized 2018 Global Leadership Summit will present a business professional seminar hosted by The Lubbock Christian University School of Business and sponsored by Williams & Company Real Estate and AimBank.

Author of Take the Stairs, a #1 Wall St Journal and #2 New York Times bestseller book, Vaden will speak on leadership, productivity, and taking the unconventional path to build success.

Raymond Richardson, LCU vice president for advancement, recently had the opportunity to visit with Vaden and said, “He has an amazing focus to speak to people’s potential to grow in their leadership roles. I am confident that Rory will force you to take a fresh look on leading yourself and your team.”

Vaden is widely regarded in the media as one of the world’s leading strategists on overcoming procrastination, increasing productivity, and helping people to do the things they know they should do that they don’t feel like doing. He is also the cofounder of Southwestern Consulting™, which is now an 8-figure global consulting and coaching practice with more than 100 team members who have served over 7,000 clients in 35 countries.

The first 200 people to purchase a ticket will receive a complimentary Rory Vaden book, which is being provided by Reagor Dykes Auto Group and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce.

Tickets for the event, being held in the LCU Collier Auditorium, are available online at LCU.edu/Vaden, and is open to the public and can serve as three credits hours for accounting continuing professional education, as well as society for human resource management recertification.

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